Su Ba wrote:New things I added this year:
4- And the favorite is…….Aunt Molly’s ground cherry. Tedious to grow because of year around slug issues and feral turkeys. So I plan to set up a table top production bed for it. The plants are quite low to the ground, so next time I plan to try using a grid of some sort to raise the plants higher, making it easier to get the fruits. Fruits are small but very tasty. We loved them. So for us, it’s worth the hassle.
Debbie Ann wrote:
I tried 'Dragon's Tongue' bush beans. Very pretty pale green beans with purple stripes. Purple disappears when you cook them. They were super-prolific! Put out hundreds and hundreds of beans. But the taste was a little bland and I won't grow them again. Shoot.
Jenny Wright wrote:My 4yo was hilariously meticulous with his garden. He planted lots of cucumbers and beans and he was ruthless with removing any plant that looked weak or diseased. But it worked. His garden lush and productive.
Gregory Campbell wrote:I didn't do a lot of new things this year but we liked the Squash zucchino rampicante. Excellent used as both summer and winter squash.